Tulsa, Larry Clark
True first edition, first printing of Clark's unforgettable first book of photography. From 1963 to 1971, Clark photographed the daily lives of his friends in Tulsa, capturing gritty and intimate images of sex, violence, intravenous drug use and moments of solitary contemplation. An essential and influential work of twentieth century photography.
New York: Lustrum Press, 1971. A very good copy in original wraps. Light shelfwear to wraps, corner neatly clipped from first page, faint crease to the first few pages and slight waviness to the last few pages. Internally clean with no markings. Overall, a nice example of this notoriously fragile volume, scarce in the original edition.